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This weekend, Covenant College’s theatre department is putting on a reimagined rendition of the story of Peter Pan. “Peter/Wendy”, written by Jeremy Bloom, moves through the classic story in a nonlinear fashion, emphasizing its complex themes. more

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The American craft cocktail revolution, which emerged around the mid-2000s, brought a massive change to American drink culture. Focused on using high-quality ingredients and meticulous techniques, this movement changed the ways that Americans ... more

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When was the last time you cracked open a cold beer and turned on some opera? For many people, this combination seems unusual, but at Hops & Opera—“a Chattanooga-born concert style mixing classical singing with locally-brewed craft beer”—this is ... more

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A few years ago, a group of diehard anime and manga fans living in Chattanooga decided that the city needed a springtime convention to gather fans of the genres together. Thus, JAMPcon was born. JAMPcon stands for Japanese Anime Manga Paradise ... more

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Billie Holiday was one of the most influential jazz vocalists in America. Rising to fame in the 1950s and earning the nickname “Lady Day,” Holiday’s unique phrasing and vocal power established her as a jazz icon. Even decades after her death ... more

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It’s undeniable that Airbnb, which operates as an online space for hosting or renting short-term lodging, has changed the way people travel. Often touted as a way to experience a place “like a local,” it’s true that a stay in an Airbnb can add ... more

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With the combination of athleticism, competition, strong personalities, and pure fun, it’s hard to beat a visit to the roller derby. If you’ve never heard of the derby before, you’ve been missing out. The competition itself is entertaining, with ... more

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Over the past few years, Chattanooga’s streets have transformed as beautiful, powerful murals have been painted onto many buildings. From simple patterns of colorful shapes to complex depictions of people and places, each of these works of public ... more

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It’s hard to put a label on the musical stylings and performances of Yacht Rock Revue. You might, at first, be tempted to just call them a tribute band, and that’s at least partially true, as the band covers ‘70s light rock classics from the ... more

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This Thursday, the Hunter Museum invites you to “meet them at the crossroads” of blues music and painted stories as Deacon Bluz, Kofi Mawuko, and Ran Adams take their audience on a tour of 20th century art “through the stories and sounds of the ... more

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This Thursday, UnifiEd is hosting a lecture by renowned journalist and school segregation expert Nikole Hannah-Jones. Hannah-Jones has won multiple awards for her incisive reporting, and was named a 2017 MacArthur Fellow for her work on school ... more

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Last Thursday, people around the world observed International Women’s Day, celebrating the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women everywhere. Fitting right into this celebratory moment, The Chattanooga Symphony Orchestra ... more

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You’ve probably heard about Harry Potter conventions and also tattoo conventions, but what about Harry Potter tattoo conventions? Yes, you read that right, and it’s exactly what’s happening this weekend at the Literary INK Convention at the ... more

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Wanting to buy that perfect painting for your living room, support local artists, or just browse some quality art? On Saturday, the Frequency Arts Festival will let you do all three. This indoor/outdoor art fair, held at the Frequency Arts ... more

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What do we associate with romance? Candles, soft music, and wine usually top most people’s lists, but what about whipping up a batch of mashed potatoes, frying some okra, or laying out a bowl of sparrow brains? These foods (if we define foods ... more

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Looking for a musical event to attend this Saturday? How about watching a group of child performers pound out a beat on bucket drums or sing a song they wrote? This might sound unusual for a night of live music, but it’s exactly what you’ll get ... more

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Working in the full swing of the Harlem Renaissance, poet James Weldon Johnson found inspiration in a uniquely African American tradition: the oratory stylings of what he called “the old time Negro preacher.” In his famous collection, God’s ... more

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It’s no secret that comedy is a male-dominated industry. While high-profile performers like Amy Schumer are shaking up the boys club and bringing visibility to female comics, local stand up scenes are still heavily male. Chattanoogans Grace Holtz ... more

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Most musicians claim their shows will be “entertaining,” or “a good time,” but this Saturday, Frequency Arts is hosting a band that promises much more. Natti Love Joys, a Tennessee-based reggae band, guarantees that their concert this Saturday ... more

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If you’re into the Chattanooga arts scene, you’ve probably heard about LIT Gallery. Though the gallery is nestled in a corner of St. Elmo instead of the more heavily visited downtown area, some of Chattanooga’s most vibrant, exciting exhibits can ... more

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In 1999, an engineering student named Ryan Gravel had an idea: take a former railway corridor that wraps around the city of Atlanta, and turn it into a multi-use trail. This idea launched the multi-million-dollar BeltLine, a project that seeks to ... more

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